I have nothing good to say about this audiobook. The plot is plodding, uninteresting, as are the characters. The attempts at humor are amateurish.
The story-telling isn't bad, but overt neo-con politics of the "good guys" is disturbing. If you're a Bush/Cheney fan, you'll like the simple-mindedness of this book.
This is a long book, perhaps longer than it needs to be. It holds together pretty well, until the end, when a series of contrived and convoluted plot twists prove to be disappointing.
the "good guy" characters are caricatures of the feeble-minded "good vs. evil" neocons that currently control things in Washington. They're tough, but they're dumb as rocks. I'd like to see more complex characters.
Some of the circumstances are not believable, and the writing is a bit amateurish. The author loves adverbs ("poutily"?), which, in dialogue tags, are lazy.
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